John Cusack (also in THE PAPERBOY, one of my favorite films of the year) and Jennifer Carpenter (ever the scene-stealer in Showtime’s DEXTER) star in THE FACTORY, a semi-horror movie made under producer Joel Silver
THE LAST EXORCISM PART II is the second contradictorily titled sequel to come out in as many months, after THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT II: GHOSTS OF GEORGIA.
“Pretentious” is an overused word, its meaning possibly worn down (admittedly, so is an introduction that calls something well-worn, only to explain its ongoing relevance), but GIRLS AGAINST BOYS, in all its
To clear up one key issue right off the bat: SAINT (a.k.a. SINT), the new movie from veteran Dutch writer/director Dick Maas, may be a holiday horror film, but it’s not a Santa slasher flick. The villain is St.
The title of and ad campaign for DARK SKIES, not to mention an opening quotation from science-fiction legend Arthur C. Clarke, almost feel like miscalculations.
As a lifelong horror-film enthusiast, I am forever chasing the dragon for the almighty fright.
Of the many cosmetic changes wrought upon Richard Matheson’s classic novel I AM LEGEND for its latest and biggest screen adaptation, perhaps the most effective has been the switch in setting.
In its cryptic opening scene, Park Chan-wook sets the tone of STOKER, his English-language debut, with a monologue and the sound of the world in which the film takes place.
Ventriloquists and their dummies usually only frighten two types of people: those who believe that the art can evoke dangerous variations of schizophrenia within the artist, and those who worry about inanimate yet lifeli